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Prices for gas, food and other items are rising. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Cecilia Rouse, chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, about what the White House is doing to bring down inflation.Oleh NPR
President Biden has invoked the Defense Production Act to try to help with the infant formula shortage. Suppliers must direct needed ingredients to formula manufacturers before filling other orders.Oleh NPR
This week, the FDA announced new steps to ease a nationwide baby formula shortage prompted, in part, by a temporary shutdown of a facility that makes formula back in February. As millions of families who rely on formula wait for supplies to become more available, many are also looking for answers on the circumstances that gave rise to the shortage.…
In North Carolina, Rep. Ted Budd — boosted by Donald Trump's endorsement — secured a decisive win over the state's former two-term governor. And in Pennsylvania, Trump's pick for governor won the primary contest despite spreading false claims about the presidential election results. The state's GOP Senate primary remains too close to call. As expec…
A key U.S. Senate race in Pennsylvania is too close to call. North Carolina Rep. Madison Cawthorn, a freshman Republican who's been beset by scandal, has been ousted in a heated primary.Oleh NPR
Before last Thursday, North Korea claimed to have not a single case of COVID-19. Now it's battling what it claims is its first outbreak.Oleh NPR
Elon Musk has put the brakes on his $44 billion bid to buy Twitter, saying the site has too many fake accounts. But is the world's richest man just hoping to negotiate a better deal?Oleh NPR
Jillian Hanesworth says what her city needs right now is honest conversations about systemic racism, the history of segregation, redlining and highway construction that hurt Black neighborhoods.Oleh NPR
Many people move without realizing the danger that wildfires pose to their new home. A new risk rating system could help buyers learn more on real estate sites.Oleh NPR
Lyle Lovett is feeling fatherhood in silly and tender ways. Scott Simon talks with the Texas musician about family life and how it inspired his first album in a decade, "12th of June."Oleh NPR
British scientists had been trying to catch lobsters and crabs without using fish. They decided to bate their traps with LED lights. The light show did attract a lot of scallops.Oleh NPR
Sisters Jill and Erin each gave birth to baby boys on the same day in the same hospital. They were just down the hall from each other when they delivered their newborns — five hours apart.Oleh NPR
A court hearing will be held Thursday in Buffalo, N.Y., for the white man accused of going on a deadly, racist rampage at a supermarket in a mostly Black neighborhood.Oleh NPR
Golf's PGA Championship gets underway Thursday in Tula, Okla., but defending champ Phil Mickelson won't be there after he made inflammatory comments about a new Saudi-backed golf tour.Oleh NPR
The one million U.S. deaths from COVID-19 happened out of sight for most Americans. It was often nurses who were caring for these patients and bearing witness to their deaths.Oleh NPR
Boeing hopes to launch its Starliner capsule to the International Space Station. If this test is successful, Boeing hopes to begin sending humans to the space station this fall.Oleh Brendan Byrne
Sweden and Finland officially applied to join NATO, but Turkey's president may oppose their acceptance into the military alliance. There is an international push to resolve Turkey's objections.Oleh NPR
The Biden administration says help is on the way to address the nationwide baby formula shortage. How would the Defense Production Act, a legal vestige of the Cold War era, help?Oleh NPR
Two-thirds of Americans oppose reversing abortion rights in a new poll. The accused Buffalo shooter appears in court Thursday. And Turkey opposes Finnish and Swedish bids to join NATO.Oleh NPR
Naheed Phiroze Patel's debut novel Mirror Made of Rain is out in the U.S. this week.Oleh NPR
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to writer Raquel Willis about Kendrick Lamar's song "Auntie Diaries" which has divided trans people with its story of how he came to accept his relatives' gender identities.Oleh NPR
Voters in Georgia go to the polls next week in a key primary election. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with voters in Gwinnett County, which leans toward Democratic candidates.Oleh NPR
A Russian soldier has pleaded guilty in a Kyiv courtroom to killing an unarmed Ukrainian a few days after the war began.Oleh NPR